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Recently, while on a hiking trip through the mountains of Detroit, I discovered a hidden village inhabited by many small woodland creatures. Surprisingly, they all spoke perfect English, and were excited to show me something. The creatures in this village have for years been making short films with equipment that had been lost by hikers such as myself.

Now that they are aware of the outside world, they are eager to show us their creations, and I'm helping them do it. So, without further ado, I bring you the first film to be released by the residents of this strange mountain village: Grandbunny Paradox. Directed by Bob Bunny.

And be sure to watch the Behinds the Scenes feature to see what the cast is like in real life.

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jalman1jalman1

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 25, 2006

A humorous look at an interesting cunondrum

I love your work Chris, you are my favorite Artist on Newgrounds and this work is definantly not a lapse in quality. I love the work you did with the pictures, I know I have tried stop animation and still frame animation before and I could not get it to work half as well as you could.

I also loved how you aproached the "Grandfather Paradox"...by aproaching it with as rediculous an answer as the problem itself. Not to mention the behind the scenes section was freaking hilarious!

-Jalman1



reddeye5reddeye5

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 24, 2006

Friggin hilarious

great job...really funny great work.



MetalDartMetalDart

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 24, 2006

Interesting Style

It was very intriguing to see the same guy who made the Bad Guys series make what looks like a Stopmotion film. It was very cool to see it in a black and white, but with the red tomato guy was still cool. There wasn't that many impressive graphics because you just took pictures, and the characters didn't look like they were moving at all. Just randomly skipping one frame to the next. The storyline was very interesting because many people have been wondering that theory, and you executed it in a humorous fashion. You had violence, but you would only show the aftermath of what happened. For example, when a character fires the gun, you hear a click and see a bullet mark through the grandma's head. I still love this one of a kind humor, and hope any of your series never gets old. So overall, great flash, but there was room for improvement.
Grade: A


ChrisNosal responds:

I agree, it's a pretty cool style. I like what Bob did with it. And hey, it takes skill to take a good picture. Bob's got a director's eye. Anybody can point and click, but Bob knows how to frame a shot.

And personally, I think it's more interesting to only see the grandbunny after he gets shot. It lets your imagination fill in the gap. Plus, the woodland creatures have trouble filming motion, they mostly just have still cameras. Video cameras are hard to come by in the mountains.


NarfZortNarfZort

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 24, 2006

I liked it.

I thought it was very well done, usally i don't like non animated flashes, but there was a little, and it did make me laugh, i think it was well done.



Sgt-MacSgt-Mac

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars May 24, 2006

Animate it

Animate it, draw your own backgrounds, guns and characters, and it will do well, very well. And get better gunshot sound. Only good things in your flash were the music and the plot.


ChrisNosal responds:

Yeah, Bob pretty much made his own sound effects. He did his best, but I need to try and hook him up with some better stuff.

The woodland creatures don't much care for animation though. None of them draw too well. They did use their own props and settings though, it was all shot on location, they didn't just download pictures.

I mean Sticks, for one, had a hard time escaping Animationland, and I know he has no desire to work on an animated project. There are other directors though from the woodland village who make livlier films.